- November 10, 2020
Adamakopoulos v Cyprus may provide a blueprint for “mass claims” in investment arbitration
Claims brought by more than one investor are not unusual in the investor-state context, even where the claims are brought by claimants of different nationalities under several treaties. However, such claims have typically emanated from one investment operation, such as where a single claim is brought by joint venture partners in relation to their respective … Continue reading Adamakopoulos v Cyprus may provide a blueprint for “mass claims” in investment arbitration →
- April 30, 2020
Riding with stabilisers: using stabilisation clauses to hedge sovereign risk
Where an investment involves a long-term contract with a state or state-owned counter-party, the investor is exposed to the risk that the state has the power at any time to change the legal regime applicable to the contract. How can an investor protect against that risk?
- August 22, 2017
Space mining: the final frontier in international arbitration?
Mining of natural resources such as water, minerals and precious metals in space is close to becoming a reality. With it comes a potential new field of disputes ideally suited for resolution by international arbitration.